Twist on an old song

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How much is that head in the window?
The one with the stringy hair.
How much is that head in the window?
I do hope that head is for sale.

I must take a trip to California,
And leave my poor sweet-heart alone.
If she has a head, then she won’t be lonesome.
And the head will have a good home.

How much is that head in the window?
The one with the stringy hair.
How much is that head in the window?
I do hope that head is for sale.

I read in the paper there are robbers
With flashlights shining in the dark.
My love needs a head to protect her
And scare them away with one look.

I don’t want a bunny or a kitty.
I don’t want a parrot that talks.
I don’t want a bowl of little fishes.
‘Cause I can’t take a goldfish for walks.’

How much is that head in the window?
The one with the stringy hair.
How much is that head in the window?
I do hope that head is for sale.

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6 Replies to “Twist on an old song”

  1. Oh, my. This is just plain creepy. It reminds me of the doll head posted on a fence at Hot Sam’s Antiques near Lakeville. Have you ever been there? Go in the summer. You would have a blast photographing that place. Check my Sept. 17, 18 and 19, 2012, posts.

  2. So, did the poem inspire the picture? Or was it the other way around.
    Both are creepy. 😀
    I just watched mountain dew ads on your blog for like… way too long. 😉
    I hope your Christmas was a good one.

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